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Last night more than 150 people showed up at the San Antonio City Council Chambers to support a mandatory Paid Sick Leave ordinance for local employees. San Antonio businesses are facing a major decision to be made by the Mayor and City Council in the next several weeks regarding paid sick leave for local employees. Currently, […]

The local Occupy ICE movement, known as Camp Cicada, Tweeted from their official Twitter handle @abolishICEsatx, on Tuesday, August 7th to alert nationwide Occupy ICE protestors of police orders issued to vacate the premise the very next day, Wednesday, August 8th.  Camp Cicada, outside San Antonio’s ICE facility at 3523 Crosspoint, has grown steadily since […]

If you are reading this article, you’re one of the seventy five percent of of adults in San Antonio who are literate.  Sadly, approximately twenty five percent of San Antonio’s adult population reads at a 5th grade level according to the U.S. Census. Among the many challenges that permeate international conversations—poverty, human rights, and global […]

The third annual Back to School “PREP” Rally is giving 1,000 students free school supplies in preparation for the upcoming year. Commissioner Tommy Calvert and New Creation Christian Fellowship are aiming to help the Theodore Roosevelt High School pipeline of education because the area has the highest truancy in Bexar County. Each student will receive […]

Voters in Senate District 19 will once again have to Get Out and VOTE this summer. Republican candidates Pete Flores and Democratic party candidate Pete Gallego are headed to a runoff in the Texas’ Senate District 19 race. With all District 19 precincts reporting, Flores received 34 percent of the vote, Pete Gallego received 29 […]

City Council Passes Ordinance Requiring Shade for Pets The San Antonio City Council is making sure your pets have it made in the shade. On Thursday, the San Antonio City Council passed an ordinance mandating shade for pets at all times. Time to extend that chain and plant that tree because the ordinance calls for […]

Improvements to Pittman-Sullivan Park, which hosts the annual Martin Luther King March in San Antonio, will be the subject of an upcoming town hall. The meeting will be held at the Davis-Scott YMCA, at 1213 Iowa Street, on August 7th, 2018 at 6:30 P.M.

Brooks City Base in southeast Bexar county is now primed to become San Antonio’s second medical center, thanks to the University of Incarnate Word new medical school—the University of the Incarnate Word School of Osteopathic Medicine. The medical school’s most recent expansion debuted on June 20, 2018 as the University held a grand opening ceremony […]

At the June 19 session of Commissioner Court, County Commissioners voted to lower the number of local people mandated to be hired by companies receiving taxpayer-funded incentives from the County. The motion to cut the minimum local hiree requirement to 50% passed 4-0, with Precinct 4 Commissioner Tommy Calvert absent in observance of the Juneteenth […]

Legal Scandal Circling County Judge’s Office Scandal is brewing at County Judge Nelson Wolff’s Office. The County Judge’s office is being accused of a bid rigging scheme to set up the Alamo City Black Chamber of Commerce to get $370,000 dollars from Bexar County, without an RFP, which is illegal under state procurement law. Allegedly, […]


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